Travel Blogs from Grahamstown
We were up early the next morning and squeezed in a quick breakfast, forsaking the 'full' one, before heading to the airport. With Patricia's help we were there in no time at all but the time had come to take our leave of Patrician and the car, handing in the key and going straight to check in.
Taking off from Edinburgh, I got a last glimpse of Scotland through the cloud below and an hour or so later we were landing in ...
... Fears disappear. Peace permeates every fibre of your being here. There is an energy here that is very hard to describe. But it is here. I felt it when I was here two years ago and I feel it again today. I feel like anything at all in the world is possible. I feel like all of the hatred people have for one another has evaporated. I feel that I can do and be anything I desire. I feel as though I’ve been injected with invincibility.
... Casa del Alfers before heading off to Durban by the Sea tomorrow for a few days. We then have a bus (semi) booked from Durbs to Maputo with a service called Africa Bus (or it might have changed its name to Luciano's Luxury Bus Service – couldn't quite understand the half English/ half Portuguese of the lady that answered the phone...). I guess we will find out soon.
... restaurant, before going to watch the Lion King. This was
an early birthday present for me from Tarryn. It was amazing. The theatre was
beautiful and the show incredible.
Sunday morning we departed early for the trek to the train
station, where we left for our 7 day Trafalgar Tour of Scotland. We arrived in
Edinburgh and made our way to the Novotel Hotel. After dropping our luggage, we
headed out to explore the streets before the tour ...
... in a different directions. They are fascinating to watch when they run. We saw some beautiful views across the valley and collected a plant called "pork bush" (not sure of the other less meat sounding term) which we are going to be planting in KW next week. It is super tasty. And apparently if you were stranded out in the wild you could survive on this because it has quite a lot of water in the leaves that would keep you hydrated. Who knew? ...
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Grahamstown, Eastern Cape 6170, Grahamstown | 5 star hotelfrom $1,068